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Kirkland earned a $4.83 million grant in November 2017 from Washington’s Transportation Improvement Board that helped fund a series of improvements on sections of Totem Lake Boulevard and 120th Avenue Northeast. Those improvements restored the sections of roadway that were settling and created wide sidewalks. The project also installed lighting that complements the pedestrian plazas and walkways created by the Village at Totem Lake.
April 2017 - January 2019
Fall 2019 - December 2020
Update (March 10, 2021) -- Kirkland’s Totem Lake Gateway contractor has re-opened all lanes of Totem Lake Boulevard and is focused on finalizing small tasks after installing the handrails along the sidewalk.
For updates on capital projects that are in design or in construction, read the Project Digest.(PDF, 5MB)
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